Superseded Standard

IEEE C57.13.1-1981

IEEE Guide for Field Testing of Relaying Current Transformers

A description is given of field-test methods that will ensure that the current transformers used as a source of relay input current are connected properly, are of marked ratio and polarity, and are in condition to perform as designed both initially and after a period of service. The standard covers safety considerations; current transformer types and construction and the effect of these on test methods; insulation resistance tests; ratio tests; polarity check; winding and lead resistance (internal resistance); excitation tests; burden measurements; and specialized situations.

Standards Committee
PE/PSRCC - Power System Relaying and Control
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Status
Superseded Standard
Superseded by
C57.13.1-2006
Board Approval
1978-03-09
History
ANSI Approved:
1980-12-31
Published:
1980-11-30
Reaffirmed:
1999-06-26

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Standards Committee
PE/PSRCC - Power System Relaying and Control
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Working Group
C57.13.1_WG - Field Testing of Relaying Current Transformers
IEEE Program Manager
Malia Zaman
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Working Group Chair
Bruce Magruder

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C57.13.1-2017

IEEE Guide for Field Testing of Relaying Current Transformers

This guide describes field test methods that assure that current transformers are connected properly, are of marked ratio and polarity, and are in a condition to perform as designed both initially and after having been in service for a period of time.

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